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Columbia University
Research Nurse was asked...April 26, 2015

How do you believe that you qualify for this position?

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I have many years been educated and trained in clinical research and education?

After reviewing the job description and requirements, I feel that I have most everything you are looking for. (If true) I might be a little light in (x) but I would like to expand my knowledge of (x) and may require further training. Less

UC Health

How long do you have to report an SAE

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24 hours

West Michigan Cancer Center

What do I like about my present job?

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I said I enjoyed the interaction with my patients and the ability to teach them something and see changes in them from what they gained in their knowledge. Less

West Michigan Cancer Center

What would you do if you had a conflict with a coworker?

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My response was, I tend not to take things personally so if a conflict arises I like to address it directly before it becomes a "big deal". Usually it is related to miscommunication and is easily resolved. For the most part, people want to get along and care about each other so I try to keep that the focus. Less

MD Anderson Cancer Center

How would you deal with difficult doctor?

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Use communication

Rockefeller University

Tell me about yourself. Why research nursing? Where do you see yourself in the future?

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Hello my name is Dawn PAIGE and I am a Registered Nurse. I have over twenty five years of experience as a nurse. I currently work as a Director of Patient Services and Case Manager for a community based Assisted Living Program. Question: Research Nursing offers clinicians an opportunity to advance their critical thinking and clinical competencies in a meaningful way that supports patients, families, and populations as medical advancements progress. I see myself being a part of the changes which are about to occur. In 1994 I worked in a specialized setting for Immunosuppressed patients. I had an opportunity to see where this research started and acknowledge how it has changed the lives of patients and families today. We have made positive strives in health care and improved the quality of life for those whom we serve. Education: BSN, Masters in Health Administration, Masters in Health Care Delivery Leadership, And currently Pursuing my DNP at Cappella University. Experience: Data Manager in the Department of Neoplastic Diseases at Mount Sinai Hospital. Staff Nurse Medical Surgical Nursing Substance Abuse Nurse Home Care Nurse community, Infusion Therapy, Asthma education, wound care, and Nurse Assessments for certification of Home Health Aides at Partners in Care. Complaints Investigation for the New York State Department of Health Case Manager, Sub Acute Care, Assisted Living, and Medicare Case Manager at Managed Long Term Care company. Certifications: Case Management Legal Nurse Consultant PRI / Screen Assessor UASNY Assessor ACLS, BCLS, PALS Microsoft word, Excel, Out Look, Power Point, and Access Less

Science 37

Will it be difficult for you to do 80% travel with this job.

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No. It would not.


They asked about my experience applicable to the service that would be involved in the clinical trial of a medical device.

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I explained the number of years experience I had in that skill set and the duties I’d performed within that skill set Less

NYU Langone Health

Are you familiar with IRB submissions and regulations?

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What a dumb question!

University of Minnesota

Talk about difficult patient or supervisor

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Gave a scenario to explain how it would be dealt with.

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